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Regina Simons, who was working as an extra on the movie, claims Seagal, who was directing, invited her to a wrap party at his Beverly Hills home.But when Simons, then just 18, arrived there was only him.'He took me into this room and then just closed the door and started kissing me,' she recalled. But no one talks about the freeze.'The mother-of-two, now 43, met Seagal for the first time in 1993 during an open call for his film 'On Deadly Ground'.Both Simons and Dutch former model Faviola Dadis (pictured) have filed reports about Seagal to the LAPD in the last month.Dadis says she was groped by the actor and director during an audition in 2002Dadis says she was groped by the actor and director during an audition in 2002.She said he rubbed her hand and neck, which seemed an odd thing to do. Later, during filming, Seagal would invite Simons to his house where the alleged rape would take place.Both Simons and Dutch former model Faviola Dadis have filed reports about Seagal to the LAPD in the last month.Then, when Seagal goes off-duty, the cameras will continue following him as he pursues his many ventures - including musical performances and philanthropic efforts - in Jefferson Parish and New Orleans." In addition to 20 years of ride-alongs and working major cases, the release says, Seagal, "an expert marksman" and "a 7th-degree black belt in aikido," has worked with the JPSO's SWAT team and has instructed officers in firearms and hand-to-hand combat."Steven has a very close relationship with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office and I'm proud to have him as part of our team," says Sheriff Newell Normand in the release.
Chong claimed Seagal sat in a chair and 'manspread so I could see his junk.
The LAPD detective who Seagal and Dadis said they spoke to declined to comment, reported blog site The Wrap.
An LAPD spokesperson also confirmed it was investigating a separate case involving Seagal from 2005.
Those strange sightings 'round Jefferson Parish crime hot spots of martial-arts godhead/actor/musician Steven Seagal dating back to the late 1980s? The A&E cable network announced Monday that production has begun on "Steven Seagal: Lawman," a reality series that will document Seagal's work as "a fully-commissioned deputy with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office." "I've been working as an officer in Jefferson Parish for two decades under most people's radar," said Seagal, as quoted in the release.
"I've decided to work with A&E on this series now because I believe it's important to show the nation all the positive work being accomplished here in Louisiana - to see the passion and commitment that comes from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office in this post-Katrina environment." The release continues: "Until now, Seagal has never sought publicity for his work with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.